Physical and Linkage Maps for Drosophila serrata, a Model Species for Studies of Clinal Adaptation and Sexual Selection
Ann J Stocker, Bosco B Rusuwa, Mark J Blacket, Francesca D Frentiu, Mitchell Sullivan, Bradley R Foley, Scott Beatson, Ary A Hoffmann, Stephen F Chenoweth
G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics | GENETICS SOCIETY AMERICA | Published : 2012
We thank Thomas Naderer, Monash University, for his patience and helpfulness in advising us on the operation of the photomicroscope and Ronald Lee, Department of Genetics, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, for help with synteny comparisons. The following people generously provided vectors containing D. melanogaster sequences that were used as probes on D. serrata chromosomes: Valeria Valente, Federal University of Ribeirao Preto (UFRP), Ribeirao Preto, Brazil: CG3060 (morula) and CG7376; Maria Luisa Paco-Larson, UFRP, Ribeirao Preto, Brazil: CG4918 (RpLP2), CG7939 (RpL32), and CG14616 (lethal(1) Go196); Raphaela Martins Maia, UFRP, Ribeirao Preto, Brazil: CG2165; Luis Paulo Andrioli, Depto de Biologia, University of Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil: CG2329 (even-skipped), CG3440 (kruppel), CG4717 (knirps), CG9786 (hunchback), and CG1028 (antennapedia); Richard Burke, Monash University, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia: CG1816 (ATP7 full-length and short sequence) and CG8885 (Sco 1); Eliana Abdelhay, Department of Genetics, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: CG9015 (engrailed); Steve McKechnie, Department of Genetics, Monash University, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia: CG7390 (Dca) and CG2757 (white); Marie Phillips, Department of Genetics, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia: CG7811 (black), CG12500 (stonedA), CG3139 (syt1), CG7875 (trp), and CG18345 (trpl). This research was supported with funding from the Australian Research Council and The University of Queensland.